Category Archives: PT

Interview Tip: Don’t Forget the Follow-up

It may seem like your interview is over when you shake the employers hand, leave the facility and head home, but it’s most definitely not.   How you conduct yourself post-interview, can significantly improve, or ruin the impression you have made … Continue reading

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PediaStaff Interview Question of the Week: Why Do You Want to Work for our School District?

Why do you want to work for our school district? Here is a great question that definitely requires your advance preparation for each individual interview.   In general, you can answer most questions the same way throughout your job search. … Continue reading

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Worth Repeating: 7 Questions to Ask Parents at the Beginning of the Year

[Source:  Edutopia] As a beginning teacher I knew that it was important to connect with parents and to build a positive relationship with them, but at times I wasn’t sure how to do this. Within the first week of school … Continue reading

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Physically Fit Kids Have More Compact Brain White Matter

Editor’s Note:  So, can we please bring recess back, yet? [Source:  Psych Central] A new study shows that nine and 10-year-old kids who are more aerobically fit have more fibrous and compact white-matter tracts in their brains than kids who … Continue reading

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Proprioception and Children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

[Source:  Child Development and Neurology via Your Therapy Source] Child Development and Neurology published research on 40 makes with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) to examine tactile perception and manual dexterity, with or without visual feedback. The participants were assessed for tactile perception … Continue reading

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